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the command to remove "discard" is this tune2fs -o^discard /dev/md2


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A bit old but in case someone else find this. See /etc/rsnapshot.conf # If no_create_root is enabled, rsnapshot will not automatically create the # snapshot_root directory. This is particularly useful if you are backing # up to removable media, such as a FireWire or USB drive. # no_create_root 1


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I have the same problem because my password contain comma symbol (i.e. "PASS,WORD"): $ sudo mount -t cifs -o domain=mydomain,username=myuser,password=PASS,WORD //server/share localfolder mount error(22): Invalid argument Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs) At first, you should try enable verbose mode (--verbose option): $ sudo ...


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In an environment where you use SAN storage, this is a BAD idea.. since UUID are hardware driven if you do a full backup to tape and do a restore on new hardware, the system will not boot since all the UUID are now different.


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After trying the exec command with two pass and mp4 box removed things worked fine. I then tried two pass by itself wondering if it was an issue with the pass log file and that also worked. So obviously it was MP4Box that caused the problem. After some reading I found out that MP4Box will not save from one partition to another. WARNING: MP4Box may create ...


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Looks like you have partitioned that block device. In this case, you need to mount /dev/xvdf1, not just /dev/xvdf.


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The first problem that you write in UNIX style. But the UEFI uses DOS style. So your sequence of commands: map mount blk0 aaa aaa: // !!! change disk in dos stile cd EFI\debian // use backslashes grubx64.efi // run bootloader without "./" The second problem - you have nothing written about the disk partitioning system. You can`t use ...


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Export of a parent folder (ro) will override a child export (rw). Example exports: /NFS_ROOT *(ro) /NFS_ROOT/SHARE1 *(rw) SHARE1 will be read-only because NFS_ROOT is read-only. You have constraints on an exported root directory which may be causing the problem.


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https://code.google.com/p/fusecompress/wiki/Usage looks like you may need to get another package to do that fusecompress is the command listed here.


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I don't know any reason that this shouldn't work. Symlinks are a standard feature of Linux filesystems, that are recognized and used correctly by every utility I know of. I've never symlinked all of /var, but I've done large parts of it. It worked fine. Just make sure the permissions are set correctly on /mnt/storage.



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